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Charity music festival (London, Sun 30 May 3pm-3am)

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 09, 2010 7:33 am    Post subject: Charity music festival (London, Sun 30 May 3pm-3am) Reply with quote

I am writing to inform you about a charity music festival taking place on Sunday May 30th Bank Holiday from 3pm 3am at The Adelaide, London NW3 3NL (nearest Tube: Swiss Cottage or Chalk Farm).
Map: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=NW3+3NL

The event is ideal for students as it costs just 12 (plus booking fee) for an advance ticket and is a 12 hour event including acoustic acts, live bands, djs, a hog roast and vintage tea party. A fully licensed bar will also be serving well priced drinks. The event will be showcasing new and exciting talent; the headliners include dj Bam Bo Tang (performing at Glastonbury 2010) and Glass Empire: a hard rock band recently handpicked by Vans as finalist for 'Off the Wall Newcomers Search'. It's worth coming to see Den Leno & The Limehouse Golems who were recently featured on BBC 6, playing a unique blend they call 'Folktronica'. Orangafruup will be playing a revolutionary new British instrument called the Eigenharp, whilst performing a new breed of underground and live electronic dance music.

The best thing about this event is that it is all in aid of East End Shed, an inclusive theatre charity for children and young people in Tower Hamlets. They run acting, singing and dance workshops with children from the borough. Inclusive means that all the labels that society uses - disability, ethnicity, background and ability to pay - do not matter to East End Shed, who believe that everyone that wants to access the arts has the right and ability to do so.

For more information, you can visit our website: http://www.londonspirit.org.uk/events
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